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SlashGear Review – VisionTek Radeon HD 4850

SlashGear Review – VisionTek Radeon HD 4850

ATI's latest cards are out, and they are getting some major attention. These are supposed to be the cards that really put ATI back on the map in the GPU race. Personally I thought that the 38xx series were pretty good, however, I've got the new 4850, so we'll see how it stacks up against the previous generation.

SlashGear Review – VisionTek Radeon HD 3870 X2 Overclocked

SlashGear Review – VisionTek Radeon HD 3870 X2 Overclocked

I was impressed when I had a chance to check out VisionTek's Radeon HD 3870, as it really performed quite well. Now I've gotten ahold of its big brother, the Radeon HD 3870 X2. This card also comes from VisionTek, and is the Overclocked Edition, which promises to get a little extra power over the stock version.

SlashGear Review – VisionTek Radeon HD 3870

SlashGear Review – VisionTek Radeon HD 3870

I received the VisionTek Radeon HD 3870, which happens to be the first DX10 card we've reviewed here at SlashGear. Unfortunately this means that we do not have a suitable card to compare benchmarks to. Don't worry though, we'll have more in the future for comparison.

SlashGear Review – VisionTek XG6 Gaming Mouse

SlashGear Review – VisionTek XG6 Gaming Mouse

I've had the opportunity to test out VisionTek's XG6 gaming mouse for a little while now, and while I'd never really thought I'd need anything other than my trusty Logitech MX 700 for all my mousing needs, I'm starting to think otherwise.

You notice two things when you first set your hand upon the XG6. The first is that there are a ton of buttons, the second that there is some sort of strange plastic piece sticking out behind the mouse that your wrist rests on. I'll admit that I tried to get used to that pad for some time, but I just couldn't. Thankfully, this is a removable piece, so I've stowed it away in case I ever change my mind.